California Online College Targets Working AdultsFebruary 2, 2018 | :
by Ed Coghlan
To open up access to higher education for more people, the California Community College system and Governor Jerry Brown are looking to launch an online-only community college. The college would be designed to serve working adults who want to upgrade their skill set or complete a post-secondary program but for whom personal responsibilities or distance can create barriers to higher education.
The plan to create this college originated with a request from Brown, who touted the idea last week in his final State of the State speech as governor.
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